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Horrible Murder near Hanover Village 
Newspapers  "Horrible Murder near Hanover Village," Flesherton Advance, 27 Apr 1882  No.7[sic], Pg.2, Col.2
Fatal Drunken Row! In Owen Sound Between two Colored Men. 
Newspapers  "Fatal Drunken Row! In Owen Sound Between two Colored Men.," Flesherton Advance, 11 Feb 1886, p. 1  p1 Column 6
The Keppel Tragedy!  Prisoners Found Guilty and Sent Down For Trial 
Newspapers  "The Keppel Tragedy! Prisoners Found Guilty and Sent Down For Trial," Flesherton Advance, 13 May 1886, p. 1  Column 6
Supposed Bentinck Murder 
Newspapers  "Supposed Bentinck Murder," Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.1880), 4 May 1882, p. 3  Column 2
Local & Other Notices: The Alleged Murder in Bentinck 
Newspapers  "Local & Other Notices: The Alleged Murder in Bentinck," Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.1880), 25 Feb 1881, p. 3  Column 1
Local & Other Notices: The Alleged Murder in Bentinck 
Newspapers  "Local & Other Notices: The Alleged Murder in Bentinck," Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.1880), 25 Feb 1881  Column 1
[Abortionist Caught] 
Newspapers  "[Abortionist Caught]," Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.1880), 11 Mar 1881, p. 2  Column 1
Grey Assizes: [Murder Trial] 
Newspapers  "Grey Assizes: [Murder Trial]," Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.1880), 6 May 1881, p. 3  Column 3
An Old Man Shot Dead at His Own Fireside 
Newspapers  "An Old Man Shot Dead at His Own Fireside," Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.1880), 27 Jan 1882, p. 2  Columns 1 & 2
The Shelburne Tragedy: How did old John Smith come to his death?  His nephew tried for the crime - strong circumstantial evidence. 
Newspapers  "The Shelburne Tragedy: How did old John Smith come to his death? His nephew tried for the crime - strong circumstantial evidence.," Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.1880), 2 Nov 1882, p. 4  Column 1; John Smith (17) found not guilty of murdering his uncle.
Brutal Murder of a Farmer by his Son: FOULLY SHOT IN THE BACK: ATTEMPT BY MURDERER TO BURY THE BODY 
Newspapers  "Brutal Murder of a Farmer by his Son: FOULLY SHOT IN THE BACK: ATTEMPT BY MURDERER TO BURY THE BODY," Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.1880), 17 May 1883, p. 4  Column 2; full article transcribed into death notice
The Fate of a Bride: A Young Married Woman Poisoned by Strychnine: Suspicious Circumstances Revealed: Evidence Given at the Coroner's Inquest, Statement of the Bridegroom 
Newspapers  "The Fate of a Bride: A Young Married Woman Poisoned by Strychnine: Suspicious Circumstances Revealed: Evidence Given at the Coroner's Inquest, Statement of the Bridegroom," Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.1880), 8 Nov 1883, p. 1  Columns 3 & 4
POISON: The Cause of the Sudden Death of Rosannah Leppard: Verdict of a Coroner's Jury 
Newspapers  "POISON: The Cause of the Sudden Death of Rosannah Leppard: Verdict of a Coroner's Jury," Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.1880), 22 Nov 1883, p. 4  Columns 2 & 3
Body Found 
Newspapers  "Body Found," Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.1880), 22 May 1884, p. 8  Column 3
Local and Other Items: A Woman Killed 
Newspapers  "Local and Other Items: A Woman Killed," Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.1880), 21 Aug 1884, p. 5  Column 1
Frightful Tragedy: Norris the head Teacher Fires three shots at Miss Ford, Second Teacher and then shoots himself 
Newspapers  "Frightful Tragedy: Norris the head Teacher Fires three shots at Miss Ford, Second Teacher and then shoots himself," Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.1880), 28 Aug 1884, p. 4  Columns 1 & 2
The Late Tragedy 
Newspapers  "The Late Tragedy," Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.1880), 4 Sep 1884, p. 4  Column 1
The Murderer's Doom: Execution of Cook Teets at Owen Sound: He Protests His Innocence of the Crime to the End: How He Passed His Last Hours 
Newspapers  "The Murderer's Doom: Execution of Cook Teets at Owen Sound: He Protests His Innocence of the Crime to the End: How He Passed His Last Hours," Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.1880), 11 Dec 1884, p. 4  Columns 2, 3 & 4: Description of hanging in detail
Crown wants 10 years: autistic sister starved 
Newspapers  Mississauga News, 21 May 2008, Section N,NW,W, E, 1, 3  Includes photograph
Wasgl Maxamom murdered with an axe while acting as a watchman for the Thompson-Hyland Rossing [Rosin?] Plant in Hearst 
NewspapersText  "Wasgl Maxamom murdered with an axe while acting as a watchman for the Thompson-Hyland Rossing [Rosin?] Plant in Hearst," Porcupine Advance, 3 Jun 1925, Section 1, p. 1  The Thompson-Hyland Plant was most likely producing a type of resin
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